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Arts and Entertainment

Art of Sean Duffy Opening Reception Tonight

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Susanne Vielmetter Los Angeles Projects is hosting an opening reception tonight for a new solo exhibit by LA-based artist and sculptor Sean Duffy. Can't Stop It presents works and installations that explore the relationship between original and copy. The exhibit includes a disco bucky-ball made from flashing fans, Buckminster Fuller inspired reading chairs made comfortable with pillows from Duffy's old T-shirts, a painting of a car engine on a car engine, a triple turntable pushcart that served as a palette to paint the engine..." The reception begins at 6 pm, and the exhibit runs through Dec. 23.

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